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Non-tuberculous mycobacterial infections of the hand.
UNLABELLED Non-tuberculous mycobacterial infections of the hand are difficult to treat and require a long time before remission. But how long should we wait to see an improvement? To answer thisExpand
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High rate of complications associated with extrafocal kirschner wire pinning for distal radius fractures.
Kirschner wire (K-wire) fixation is a common technique aimed at treating unstable distal radius fractures. We report our experience with extrafocal K-wire fixation in the treatment of unstable distalExpand
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Dorsal approach and internal fixation of impacted intra-articular distal radius fractures with 2.4 mm locking plates.
The treatment of impacted distal radius fractures is complex. Internal fixation by a dorsal approach with arthrotomy should be considered, particularly when the fractures are dorsally comminuted.Expand
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COVID-19: Initial experience of an international group of hand surgeons
Abstract The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has severely affected medical treatment protocols throughout the world. While the pandemic does not affect hand surgeons at first glance, theyExpand
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A comparison of diaphyseal and metaphyseal techniques of ulna shortening
The aim of this retrospective study was to compare two techniques of ulna shortening for ulnocarpal abutment. The technique performed initially was diaphyseal osteotomy. Subsequently, a metaphysealExpand
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Proximal row carpectomy in emergency.
Proximal row carpectomy (PRC) is a well-accepted procedure for the treatment of early post-traumatic degenerative disease of the wrist. Much less frequently, PRC has been advocated as an emergencyExpand
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[Proliferating trichilemmal tumor of the pulp of a finger: case report and review of the literature].
Trichilemmal cyst is a benign tumor, developed from hair follicle, located mainly at the scalp. We report a clinical case of unusual location at the finger pulp confirmed by histology. The mainExpand
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Aneurysms of the hand: Imaging and surgical technique.
Hand aneurysms are a rare entity only described as case reports in the literature. The aim of our study was to describe a series of four cases and the surgical technique using an arterial bypass. WeExpand
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[Hand wounds].
Hand wounds represent a major problem in regard of the number of patients as well as the economic burden associated with it. The close relationship of the different anatomical structures increase theExpand
Unipolar ulnar head replacement for treatment of post-Darrach procedure instability.
The aim of this study was to assess distal radioulnar joint stability after unipolar ulnar head replacement for post-Darrach instability. All the patients who underwent ulnar head replacementExpand